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The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:
These are great pictures Dan! My wife and I were going to her softball game in St. Louis at about this time that the storms were moving in. On I-64 it looked very similar to the second one here like we were driving through a cloud or a sand storm because the wind had kicked up a lot of dust from some gravel lots. I had my camera with me and was able to get some pictures (not the best because they were taken from a moving car in low light), which I put up on my panoramio.com account. I then Google searched to see what other people had done with storms over St. Louis and I not only came across your great site, but that you also got pictures of the storm we were in tonight! You've got a lot of great images here, especially of the rainbows over the arch. Also, my wife and I live in New Baden, so it's nice to see pictures of the area (especially with the train and the sunset). I really like your site and I hope you keep up the good work! - Posted by Jesse D. from New Baden
Thanks Jesse, good to hear from a New Baden neighbor! I'll plan to check out the Panoramio photos. The blowing dirt was pretty dramatic, I wish I'd taken a few more shots of it. - Posted by Dan R. from New Baden, IL
Hi Dan is all this extra storm activity having an impact on your work ? Look's like you are out and about a few times a week now. - Posted by Mick from UK
Mick, it's been pretty busy for sure. Thankfully most of the storms are local events that I can go out during the afternoon/evening that don't impact my daytime work too much. - Posted by Dan R. from New Baden, IL
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